Kim Welch is very experienced and well versed in truck accidents and personal injury cases in Colorado and Nevada. She has successfully represented victims of truck collisions, and her success record is no small part due to her years of experience in the insurance defense industry, during which time she learned about the laws and regulations for truck drivers.
Kim understands your pain, frustration, and the effects that might have on your everyday life - from the sheer physical pain to being out of work for a period of time. Kim will take the pressure of dealing with the insurance company off your shoulders and make sure your best interests are at the forefront of every conversation with them. Kim will work diligently to achieve the best outcome for your case and allow you to concentrate on your recovery and returning to a regular way of life.
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Increasing demands for faster and more efficient delivery of goods has become a major reason for truck accidents. Truck drivers are forced to drive more aggressively and longer hours to meet these increasing demands. These factors, along with the fact that trucks are massive, make trucks incredibly dangerous, and, consequently, truck versus car accidents are very serious and devastating. If you have been injured in a truck accident through no fault of your own, contact Kim Welch, truck accident and injury lawyer, to schedule a free consultation.
Truck accidents have the potential to cause severe injuries and may prove fatal in some cases. Common injuries from truck accidents include brain damage, neck and spine injuries, and broken bones. Often, the injuries sustained in a truck accident require surgery or other serious medical treatment and a significant amount of recovery time.